These workshops are targeted to Masters and Phd students who are working on their thesis, dissertations, capstone or professional papers related to international development (i.e. social justice, food security, public health, non-profit work, natural conservation, economic development, etc.). The purpose of these workshops are to create a space for students to work quietly and individually in a group setting. Snacks will be provided
When: 03/01/17 02:00pm to 5:00pm
Where: Appleby Hall room 302
IPID Student Research Forum, Spring 2014
Unlike the Student Speaker Conference in the fall which has a prescriptive theme, we simply wanted submissions for the Forum to involve international development in some way. Each presenter had 10-15 minutes to present their work, followed by a brief Q&A session. Our six presenters presented on research from around the world (Jamaica, Kenya and Uruguay, to name a few) ranging in topics from agriculture, health, education and evaluation.
Exploring Point-of-Use Water Filtration Systems in Rural Nicaragua
Alli Cruz, Katie Shepard, Tatyana Venegas Swanson, Amy Walsh – Master of Development Practice (MDP)